A deep dive into Illinois’s sweeping new criminal justice reform law
Next week’s election could be the first in nearly 30 years to unseat a Cook County judge
“We can’t think of a single significant instance where he was the target of someone’s ire,” the Chicago police hive-mind blog reflects.
Independent justice system observers rate the Cook County state’s attorney a year into her term.
Also, alderman Ameya Pawar says Democrats contributed to the rise of Rauner and Trump.
Other cities have made nonpayment on transit a fineable offense rather than a misdemeanor.
Also, it was so cold Sunday that Chicago Bears QB Matt Barkley was wearing a wet suit under his uniform.
Also, a CNBC host and entrepreneur has purchased a majority stake in Bow Truss coffee.
Also, state senator Kwame Raoul advocates for increasing sentences for repeat gun-crime offenders.
Also, former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is asking Obama to grant mass pardons before he leaves office.
Also, Ed “Fast Eddie” Vrdolyak is indicted for allegedly not paying income taxes on money he earned from brokering tobacco settlements.
The candidate’s plan to transform the Cook County state’s attorney’s office starts with lessons from her childhood in Cabrini Green.